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saturnstyl's B&W 600 series based System
IP Address: Last Update: October 25, 2009 at 11:34:35
Amplifier: Rotel RMB-1077 100w X7 (only 5 channels used)
Rotel RB-1080 200w X2 (for the mains)
Preamplifier (or None if Integrated): Lexicon MV-5
Speakers: B&W 604s3 mains, 603s3 rear centers, LCR600 surrounds and front center, ASW600 and ASW650 subs
CD Player/DAC: None!
Turntable/Phono Stage: Thorens TD-160, Grado Gold cartridge.
Other Source(s): Tekkeon Ipod dock, Ipod Classic 80gig
Pioneer Elite DV-C36
Other Accessories/Room/Misc.:
Speaker Cables/Interconnects: Monster cable for speakers, Biwired 12 guage for mains. Monster THX standard and ultra component video, s-video, audio interconnects and optical. 1 audioquest digital audio cable. Transparent "The link 200" between reciever and RB1080 amp. Some cables for less interconnects recently added for the new stuff I added. It works.
Other (Power Conditioner, Racks etc.): APC H15 power conditioner, panamax surge protector strip with 12v triggered outlets, 12 volt 80mm PC fans for amp cooling.
Tweaks: Set up with Radioshack SPL meter thingie.
Room Size (LxWxH): HUGE x Vaulted x Ceiling
Room Comments/Treatments: Horrible environment. Lots of hard surfaces, large volume of space. Nothing I can do to fix though.
Music Preferences and Comments:
Music Used (Genre/Selections): Rock
System Goals/Comments: Recent upgrade is draw dropping wow.
System Strengths: Power to spare.
System Weaknesses: Some would say the ipod dock. It works extremely well though.
Video/HT System: Integrated
TV/Projector: Sony Kv-36xbr800
Processor/Receiver/Amplifiers: Lexicon MV-5
Speakers (Center, Surrounds, Sub): B&W DM604s3mains, 603s3 rear centers, LCR600 surrounds and front center, ASW600 and ASW650 subs.
Sources (DVD/VCR): pioneer elite dv-c36 and samsung OTA HDTV box.
Other HT Gear: APC H15 power conditioner
Comments on HT System: Wow.
Other Interests/Hobbies/Occupation: Mercedes Benz tech

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